Thursday, August 04, 2011
Australia: Riders enjoy Kazan Challenge
Photo by Chris Ros Waginargus.com.au - Full Article
04 Aug, 2011 04:00 AM
WAGIN hosted this year’s Kazan Challenge on the weekend which saw 90 riders from across the world compete in seven different endurance events.
Sponsored by the Kazan Stables Malaysia, the Federation Equestrian International (FEI) event was selected by the National Endurance governing body to be a World Championship Qualifier – one of only three being held in Australia this year.
Australians Seeking Performance in Ridden Endurance (ASPIRE) event secretary and local rider Anita Lunt said the weekend was a huge success.
“We've had very positive feedback from everybody involved which is fantastic because this was a big event that was great for the town,” Anita said.
“We (ASPIRE) applied to host the event in Wagin to help WA riders with their international aspirations and help them to achieve their goals, rather than having to travel over east.”
Anita said that they would now like to host more events and especially carry on with this particular event in future years.
“The whole weekend wouldn't have been possible without the fantastic support of all of the sponsors, the community and especially the Shire of Wagin,” she said.
“We are also very grateful and thankful to all the people that were involved in the actual running and organising of the event.”
Competitions like the one held on the weekend are how WA riders qualify and compete on the international stage...
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